Thursday, December 13, 2018

The Check is Not in the Mail

Unemployment insurance fraud is big business – if it's successful. The State of New Jersey is winning the battle against unemployment insurance fraudsters thanks to new technology. According to an article posted on NJ.com, there are between 1,600 to 2,000 attempts to...

Fraud” the Nor’easter

Meteorologists have taken to naming large storms like hurricanes, typhoons and nor'easters to warn people about dangerous incoming storms. At different points in history, officials have explored names to include political figures and even radio names. Today, there is a process to naming large...

Bagel Bamboozlement?

What do disability claims and bagels have in common? They both have holes. At least that's potentially the case in today's Fraud of the Day from the NYDailyNews.com. And, the joke is pretty funny...unless you're thinking like a taxpayer. The...

Losing Control

Many people have a fear of losing control. In a world already full of uncertainty, fraudsters attempt to control their destiny by stealing from others so that they can live a more predictable, comfortable lifestyle. (Unfortunately, these unscrupulous individuals perpetuate even more anxiety for...

New Mexico Finally Prosecutes Fraud, a $16M Enterprise

The State of New Mexico has finally begun to crack down on unemployment fraud – after five years without a single prosecution? Not only that – state has reported that it detected $16 million in fraud last year alone! (You mean they are going...

Black Belt in Justice

Jiu jitsu is a martial art that requires a great deal of physical strength to outsmart and disable an opponent. (So one would reason that if a person claimed they were disabled, the chances for participating in a martial arts competition would be nil.)A...

Image is Everything

To pull off a scheme capable of stealing $205 million from Medicare, there's usually a multitude of players involved in a game that robs the elderly and the poor of medical benefits. An article posted on WPTV.com covers a man who was responsible for...

A Family Affair

Family businesses are good for the community. Local residents invest in products and services provided by these hometown business owners, who in turn pour money back into the local economy. (Better schools, roads and parks are built, making small towns and cities across...

It Pays to be Behind Bars

For those of us on the outside of prison, we likely count our blessings that we are not donning an orange jumpsuit, following a strict daily schedule in our cells. The freedom to go to work, enjoy dinner in a restaurant or take a...

Railroad Pension Fraud Scam May Have cost $1 Billion

The FBI have charged 11 people with fraud charges ''in connection with a massive pension scam involving fake disability claims by Long Island Railroad workers that COULD cost the agency $1 billion,'' according to the New York Post. The federal complaint alleges that Railroad workers...
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